HAVERHILL — The annual meeting of the Buttonwoods Museum will be June 25, featuring a showing of the 1976 documentary film “If It Fits” by award winning filmmakers John Marshall and Mark Erder.

This hour-long documentary looks at Haverhill during the period of the “dust bowl” and urban renewal as Mayor George Kay Katsaros and Fire Chief Lewis Burton run for mayor.

Admission is free at HC Media Harbor Place Studio at 2 Merrimack Street at 7 p.m. The even is sponsored by the Buttonwoods Museum and Haverhill Community Media.

Free Medicare info session offered

METHUEN — All are invited to the Methuen Activity Center, 77 Lowell Street, for a free Medicare information session June 27 at 10 a.m.

The program is put on by Fallon Health and will answer questions like: When can I enroll in Medicare? How much does it cost? What does it cover? What are plan options?

Haverhill photo program planned

HAVERHILL — Local author and historian Arthur Veasey will present his program, “Haverhill Yesterday and Today” Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St.

People who attend will enjoy a visual tour of Haverhill that includes comparison photos of buildings and architectural examples from the 19th century and today. This program is sure to capture the interest of Haverhill natives as well as newcomers to the city. To register for this free program, call 978-374-2390.

Antique Appraisal Roadshow is this week

GROVELAND — Groveland Historical Society will present its third annual Antique Appraisal Roadshow Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. in historic Washington Hall, 101 Washington St.

Dan Meader, antique appraiser and director at John McInnis Auctioneers, will discuss each item and provide an approximate valuation. Everyone is welcome.

No admission fee, cost is $5 per item, with a maximum of three items.

For more information, contact Claire Walsh, at 978-376-6779 or clairew1401@aol.com.

Whitman presentation planned at library

ATKINSON — The Historical Society is holding a presentation on Walt Whitman by Stephen Collins Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave.

Reserve a seat by going to the Kimball Library website at kimballlibrary.com and clicking on the Event Calendar button, or call the library at 603-362-5234.

Fashion show raises $1,800 for Ruth’s House

HAVERHILL — Ruth’s House recently celebrated the life of Robin Kelly Frans with a “Be Fierce” fashion show that raised more than $1,800 for Ruth’s House.

Taking part were Georgetown shop owners Rita Stone of Vintage Vault, Miranda Prosniewski of Bent Emporium, Lisa Scala of Lisa Scala Handmade Jewelry, and Madeline Celletti of Bohemian Boutique.

Frans, owner of Bent Emporium, was a long-time Ruth’s House volunteer. The event celebrated her life and her contributions to both the fashion and local communities.

At Ruth’s House, customers find clothing and houseware items at a great price, and more importantly, purchases directly supports the organization’s mission. Ruth’s House relies on community-donated items to sell in its thrift shop. Every piece of donated clothing is handled by a donation receiver, unpacked, inspected for quality, placed on hangers, priced, and then moved to the store floor to be available to both families receiving vouchers, and customers who purchase clothing. Ruth’s Thrift Shop is located at 111 Lafayette Square. Visit online at www.ruthshouse.org.

Library to host sexual orientation discussion

HAVERHILL — The public library will host a talk from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on June 18. Join SpeakOUT Boston for a panel discussion about sexual orientation and gender identity. SpeakOUT is a community of speakers working to create a world free of homo-bi-transphobia and other forms of prejudice by telling the truths of their lives. Register online at www.haverhillpl.org under Calendar of Events or call 978-373-1586, ext. 608.